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Luxury Ethically Made Lingerie

We are proud to announce the launch of three exciting ranges that combine the elegant luxury that you have come to expect with ethical sensibilities. First up is the Kelly organic silk camisole and knicker set that is made using 92% organic silk sourced in England and 8% elastain which provides a flattering fit and luxurious feeling against the skin. The camisole cups are detailed with beautiful vintage Nottingham lace and finished with a small chiffon bow. The knicker also uses a 100% cotton Nottingham lace and features a small chiffon bow. Next, the Grace organic silk soft cup bralet and shorts are ideal for anyone interested in ethical design and luxurious lingerie. The organic stretch silk used has been made...

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Something For The Weekend?

We are pleased to announce the launch of a mini collection of silk knickers inspired by a colourful selection of lavish cocktail drinks. The Plum Margarita, Champagne Fizz, Bellini Tini, and Raspberry Daiquiri Knicker are all proudly made in Britain, using vintage Nottingham lace trims and finished with UK made satin bows. Priced at £38.00. For a limited time only we are offering 20% off each of these knickers (Was £38.00 Now £30.40 - Offer ends on the 31st May 2013)  Which one will you choose?  

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The History Of The Bridal Garter

The History Of The Garter. Originally used to hold up stockings and socks, the garter has now become the must have item for every bride. The wedding garter, placed just above the knee, is traditionally worn by the bride and removed by the groom at the end of the reception and thrown towards the unmarried male guests. Historically, this tradition relates to the belief that taking an article of the bride's clothing would bring good luck 'Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue, and a Silver Sixpence for Her Shoe.' We try and incorporate as many bridal traditions when designing our garters. Some include your something old -the vintage lace, while others include your something blue - in a...

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What's the difference between Organic and 'Normal' silk?

We are often asked what the difference is between organic silk and the silk we use for our other collections. We also have a few puzzled looks when we introduced our Peace Silk collection, including our Vegan Nipple Pasties! So we thought we should enlighten you to why we feel it is important to use these ethical fabrics, and why we will plan to expand our eco lingerie collection. What's the difference between Organic and 'normal' silk? We are proud to work with the only company in the UK who specialises in organic silk fabrics. In a similar process to farming, organic silk production means that no pesticides, insecticides or harsh chemicals have been used in the production of the silk fibre and in producing the finished cloth....

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